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Lakeview Middle School students Kaelee Girskis, left, and Eve Roberts share their award winning presentation on dyslexia to the Lakeview Board of Education at its regular meeting Monday evening.  The girls are students in Chris Lindsey’s class. — Daily News/Mike Taylor

Lakeview schools to fill vacancy on board

Members of the Lakeview Board of Education will be interviewing candidates to replace outgoing member Daryl Johnson, who recently stepped down, citing time constraints. At Monday evening’s regular board meeting, board president Ed Jonaitis outlined a plan to find and appoint the new member.

Bonnie Davis addresses the Edmore Village Council about a $238,000 loan Tony Maxfield allegedly owes the village. — Daily News/Elisabeth Waldon

Edmore Village Council silent on Maxfield’s $238,000 loan

One month ago, the Edmore Village Council agreed to give a local businessman until the next council meeting to find a solution to pay the $238,000 he allegedly owes the village. The next council meeting came and went Monday night, but the council took no action. The matter was not even discussed.

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Funeral Notices for June 11, 2013

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Belding junior Mariah Heintzelman hammers a pitch for one of her three hits during Saturday’s Division 2 regional final against Hudsonville Unity Christian.

Belding looking for return trip to Battle Creek

The Belding Redskins softball team has won four consecutive regional titles. They will be looking for their first trip to the Division 2 state semifinals since 2010. In 2010, the Redskins defeated Williamston 3-2 to advance to Bailey Park in Battle Creek for the state semifinals. After two quarterfinal losses the past two years (2011 to Stevensville Lakeshore and 2012 to Wayland Union), the Redskins are ready for the return trip to the “Cereal City.”

Carson City-Crystal football players gang tackle a runner from Evart during the MHSAA playoffs last year.

Carson City-Crystal reaches to past for football grid coach

There’s a new varsity football coach at Carson City-Crystal, but he’s not new to the program. Devin Pringle is the new football coach, but this will be his third stint as the varsity football coach. He was also the head coach from 1996 to 1999 and for a year in 2006.

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478 people sign up for Flat River Community Library’s summer reading

The school year may be done for students, young and old alike, but that’s no excuse to put down the books and kick reading to the curb — not with a local library just waiting to be explored. More than 475 parents, teens and children who attended the kick-off event for the Summer Reading program at the Flat River Community Library on Saturday walked away with a membership to the summer program, which encourages reading with rewards for doing so.

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Funeral Notices for June 10, 2013

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Belding ‘Music in the Park’ summer concert series now underway

The Belding High School Pops Ensemble and Jazz Band kicked off the first “Music in the Park” event Thursday evening at East Riverside Park in Belding. Concerts will continue every thursday evening at 7 p.m. at the park throughout the summer, with the exception of July 4

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‘Rhythm on the River’ summer concert series begins in Greenville

The Greenville High School Jazz Band, along with the Greenville Middle School Jazz Band, kicked off the season’s Rhythm on the River concert series Thursday evening at Tower Riverside Park in Greenville. Concerts will continue every thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. at the park throughout the summer.

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SPORTS GALORE: Selig says no more

Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig is intent on ridding his sport of performance enhancing drugs. I applaude his determination, but let’s just say it is about time.